Female sportswriter J.T. wants out of the locker room-- until star pitcher Tommy walks in. He's tall, a terrific kisser... and hiding a secret that he doesn't want in the press! Will she uncover the story... or just herself... during their bedroom antics? Topic: Sportswriters
Bill James has been called "baseball's shrewdest analyst" (Slate) and "part of baseball legend" (The New Yorker), and his Baseball Abstract has been acclaimed as the "holy book of baseball" (Chicago Tribune). Thirty years ago, James introduced a new approach to evaluating players and strategies, and now his theories have become indispensable tools for agents, statistics analysts, maverick general managers, and anyone who is serious about understanding the game.... Topics: James, Bill, 1949-, Sportswriters, Baseball, Baseball, Baseball, Sportswriters
A sportswriter for "Sports Illustrated" trades in his dream job to become a stay-at-home father, describing his battles with such unfamiliar tasks as grocery shopping, lice checks, and the chairmanship of the Lower Brookside Elementary Variety Show Topics: Murphy, Austin, Murphy, Austin, Househusbands, Sportswriters, Househusbands, Sportswriters
Fired by his newspaper for being too critical of a baseball team, demoralized San Francisco columnist Victor Worseley is summoned by a black woman to a poor neighborhood to scout a young baseball wonder. It is the start of Worseley's redemption. A New Age tale by the author of Inside Moves Topics: Basketball stories, Basketball players, Sportswriters, Sports stories
Sportswriter Drew Gavin is treading water. He harbors little ambition and doesn't even have a woman in his life. But at a class reunion, former flame Helen Graham comes to Drew for help. Her hotshot lawyer husband, Fred, has gotten himself in deep with local bookie Vicente Sanchez and is hiding out at an isolated mountain cabin. When Helen asks Drew to check on Fred, his only excuses are a big night with a six-pack and the remote control, so he agrees. When he arrives, he finds Fred dead. Now... Topics: Sportswriters, Professional sports, Political corruption, Large type books, Large type books,...
Meet Drew Gavin, former college football star, now a wisecracking sportswriter who claims his drunken rut is a life. But that life changes at his class reunion when his old college sweetheart, Helen, lures Drew into trouble. Helen is married to a wheeler-dealer lawyer named Freddie, imminently in danger of having his kneecaps broken for gambling debts. Helen pleads for Drew s help. Playing the sucker, Drew goes to a bookie named Three Eyes to plead Freddie s case. Soon after, Freddie is found... Topics: Sportswriters, Professional sports, Political corruption, Large type books, Large type books,...
Tired of the tedium of the PGA tour, forty-seven-year-old, twice-divorced journalist Jack Brannon, who covers golf for a major sports magazine, decides to turn his attention to the hot new teenagers reviving interest in the LPGA tour, especially gorgeous Ginger Clayton Topics: Sportswriters, Middle-aged men, Women golfers, Midlife crisis